A True and impartial account of the cruel and bloody murther committed upon the body of Thomas Thin, Esq., well known in the west of Engl. for an estate of near 120000 l. a year [microform] : on Sunday the 12th of February, 1682, between the hours of seaven and eight at night, who was barbarously and inhumanely butcher'd in his own coach in the open street, by three out-landish villains, named, Frederick Fratz, a German captain, and George Boroskie, a Polander, and John Stern, a German ... letting you know the cause of this assassination, which they alledge was in the vindication of Count Charles John Conningsmarke ...

Imprint
[London?] : Printed for J. Millit, in the Year, 1682.
Physical description
[1], 7 p.
Series
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2258:6.

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